One aspect that sets this list of sports websites apart from the fray is their creative use of images, graphics, and sports-related photography. Typically sports teams and sports products will focus on large, flashy, and unique graphics built into their web design. Many of the sports websites will typically contain the latest news feeds that keep fans up to date on the latest scores, player updates, and team progress, even behind the scenes activity for the avid follower.
As you will notice, many of the sports websites have a featured content area -- typically at the top near navigation, or on a top level sidebar with the latest news or most recent action from previous games or sporting events.
Listed in alphabetical order are thirty-one outstanding examples of sports related websites.
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Sorry but Nike, Adidas, Gatorade, etc.......are not sport sites. They give you no scores, they give you no up to date information. They are retailers. Since you don't know the difference you shouldn't be writing things like this. Get your facts straight and write a true story.
Since there are 31 sites that are listed in this article I will assume that most are really good. However, as in far too many instances, this author has chosen to force the reader to wade through 31 separate images one at a time in order to see them. Why not a .PDF file so that those of us who don't have the time or desire to wade through the slide show can also have the benefit of the authors hard and dedicated work? I'll read it when that happens.
It's not flashy, his spelling is occasionally questionable, but it's been the best aggregation of the latest NASCAR news since this 'started by a race fan' site cranked up over a decade ago. Now owned by ESPN, but still independently edited and operated. UPDATE #2: http://www.jayski.com
Could there possibly be a more american-centric, single sided yawn-fest. Man there's a big wide world out here, and you're missing out big time.
You're the one missing out big time on this opportunity to recommend non-American sites. Yes, there is a big wide world out there; you could share the places and sites you recommend, or you could complain.